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My Generation chronicles 9 high school students 10 years after their graduation in Austin, TX. The stereotypical high school groups are well represented. Face it, everyone in high school is part of a group and everyone has a label regardless of how accurate it is.
Ten years later all roads lead to Austin even for those who no longer live there. Without going into much detail, the pilot episode manages to give us all a brief back story on each character. An in depth history is not possible for all 9 characters in a one hour show.
I found the acting to be authentic and properly reserved. As strangers are rarely forthcoming upon initial introduction, these 9 strangers are the same way. As time passes more is to be learned.
My only initial hard knock on this show is nothing was resolved in Episode 1 and perhaps one story line could wrap up with each installment. The story lines that run now don't have the legs to go past 3 episodes. This is cause for concern. Dragging out a storyline is just as bad as ending it too soon.
I do look forward to next week's episode and the ones to come. Give My Generation a try. I think you'll want to see more.
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